Roosevelt André Credit is known around the world as a versatile conductor, arranger, composer, performer, and educator. He was a conductor of the Chicago Children's Chorus for several seasons, and has taught music within the Chicago, Oregon, and New York School Districts. In 2003 Mr. Roosevelt A. Credit was guest conductor for the Orange County Elementary School Music Festival and guest conducted the Minisink Valley Central School District Chorus. In 2005 Roosevelt André Credit conducted the Rockland County All City High School Chorus of New York. Roosevelt was a presenter at the American Choral Directors Association North Central Division Convention Immersion Day, where he spoke on “Ethnic Vocal Techniques in Spirituals and Gospel music. He was also a featured soloist during the “Movements of Peace” concert, directed and conducted by Craig Hella Johnson, Artistic Director of Conspirare.

Currently Roosevelt is the conductor of the gospel choir at The Nightingale Bamford School of New York. He is also a member of the “Kid Project” of New York that focuses on the educating students about kids with disabilities through the arts.

Roosevelt is a four time winner of the prestigious ASCAP Award. He has had several of his arrangements performed by various groups including the Chicago Children's Chorus, Riverside Inspirational Choir, Saint Peters Chorus, ACDA Reading Choir, The Downtown Music at Grace Chorus, and many others groups and summer festivals through out the United States. Roosevelt Andre Credit is the author of Ol’ Time Religion, an anthology of ten spirituals written or arranged by him for solo voice and piano, in addition to various arrangements for chorus.

He received his Bachelor Degree from Oregon State University in Music Education. He obtained Master of Music in Voice, and a Master of Music in Conducting, both from Northwestern University.